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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 November 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. VOL,. XV. ILEAVENTTOKTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 3, 1870. NO. 44. WnUu Wmtz THURSDAY, NOVE5IBER3, 1870. THE HEPIBUCAS COUJfTr TIl'MET. Our victory in the State this year will be very unsatisfactory unless Leavenwortk County is placed wholly and foreTer in the roll of true Republican Counties, in sympa thy with the rest of the State and with the National Administration. The Democrats, in their resolutions adopted on Monday, pledge themselves to vote for a Leavenworth man for United States Senator. Do they suppose that our people can be deceived by any such shallow artifice? Should the De mocracy carry this county, Leavenworth will himply be fehut out of all voice and con trol over the election of a Senator. The successful candidate will, of course, be a Re publican, probablv nominated by a Re publican caucus a caucus in which Democrats can hare no voice for the reason that they will be excluded from its meetings and deliberations. It is not in...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 November 1870

wcmr . .im"y u'-JBttiH-yy"" "KJI" V T-'i ! I i-w,J- JsWipB WMKR vm9ms -v wmt jtp i-n iyTT Mwltls $ THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1S70. THE LEAVEXWOUTH TIMES. DAILY AHD WEEKLY. THE OLDEST PAPEB IS KANSAS. Official Paper of the City and County. daily: 'tie conv one rear -SP 00 One coy i-c months ne copy three months. Iltii njir nnt month . 5 m r. oo l oo When delivered by the Carrier in the City, tweuty & e cents icr week. wceelt:, (ino copv one year - Ulieral ilisluctlons to clulrt. $2 00 ?TA!I letters should le a-1'lres.svd to THE TIKES, Ieavenworlli, Kansas. IH-TICK No. 13 A 15 Siiawske stbkkt STATE REPUILICAN TICKET. FOR REPRESENTATIVE IS COMQRKSS: D. P. LOWE, of Bourbon.'. for covracioa: JAMES M. HAEVEY. of Klley. FOE. I.IELTnNAST oovernoe: P. P. ELDER, of Franklin. TOE JCSTICK SITBEME COCET: D. J. BEEWEB, of Leavenworth. FOB SlXKirrABV OF state: W. H. SMALLW00D. of Doniphan. fob auoitob: A. TH0KAH. of Douglas. eob tbeasubeb: J0SIAH E. HAYES, of Johnson. fob attousev cexceai.: A. L. ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 November 1870

V I 1 ! " 11V I i KmHe; i! THUKSDAY, NOV EMB. STJPPIXMENT. C0MCTY REPUBUCAX COS VEX-' .lull Keport' f tlietPrectaR. The Leavenworth Connty .Republican Convention jaA 51 Timicr ' 1111 yesterday, at "12 o'clock) pursuant to call, and' was called to onlcr by John Scbott, Qiainnan trf tHe'lte publican County CentraljCommittcc Col. Isaac Youagt m' clKtod temporary Chairman, and Frank E. Hunt temporary secretary. On motion a committee of one from each Wanl and Township iras appointed on cre- ilcntiaLs and permanent organization, following gentlemen composed the The com- niittcc: .1. C. Embry, First Ward; II.. L. Bick for.1, Second Ward; Thomas Jones, Third "Wanl; Thomas Plowman, .Fourth Ward; J. W. Hughes. Delaware; 'Geo. DeSaiino, Kickapoo: C. Carney, High Prairie; O.'S. Hiatt, Fairmount; J. Knight, Tonganoxic; II. Reed, Stranger; R.J. Jefiries, Alexan dria; K. C. Taylor. Beno; J. II. Fenton, Kaston. On motion the convention adjourned to meet at 13 o'clock p. m. The Convention was called...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 November 1870

glMi'swft a 3 rwir .- tsteHn iiwjs STTPPIXMEWTJ Thursday; November:;, isto. , VV3STX TICKET. FOS SBESIFF, L- ECHELBEBY. COCSTT ATTO3CET, HRAX GRISWOLD. ILEKK OF TUK DISTKICT COUKr, JULIUS HAUO. surrwjmctDEiT of rvBMC i.igTitrcnuy, L. A. STORE. raODATE JL'IX.K, B. L. BAUDBIDGE. StXTK KXATT(Iff, J08IAH LELLOGO, WM. D. MATTHEWS. LARIMER. KCrKJMEXTATIVES. 224 Iitrict. J - .Thomas J, Darling. 23d do Oil. D. D. Coller. 24th 251 h 2Cth 27th JSth 29tli Io .1.. do do do do do Dies F. lacate. ,F.-r"elIhoue. lr. J.XF. Hatha war- , Jlx. Ilout. Ai .JVUliaras. . Joseph Howell. v-r ;ltm Johnson. y OUR TICKET. The County Convention has been held and our candidates are before thapcople. It has ltecn one of the most exciting contents ever witnessed in our County. It was felt that the Republican ticket would be elected by about seven hundred majoritv, and that a nomination was equivalent to an election, Hence the earnestness with which the strug gle for nomination was made. Some of the best and most p...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 November 1870

jy;f-"l.'-3- it m IV , 14?. THUlfeDAY,VK0VEMBEK3; 1870. The Kansas. City ? Journal blowy about being the largest city on tbe Missouri River, and admits that half the people in the East thinlrit?S fit Kansas. "Sach'is feme."' JMlavare.J. W. Hughes; John Ross. Kiekapoo. J. Dixon; G Desano. HigHRumeJ-G. Carney fE.'Keller; Fairmount. O. S. Hiatt. The Democrats afe'threatened with the embarrassing dUcmmapft no candidates this fall. These modest people linger in the lack ground with a touching regard for each other's feelings. We are anxious to hear of the number of voters registered at Kansas City. There should be something near 4,500 according to their "census." But there is where the fraud will lose its enp. A man was run over and killed near the Sherman House, in Kansas City, on Tues day night, by a train on the Missouri Pa cific. The lateness of the hour prevented the Journal from which we copy from ascertaining his name: The household of Mr. A. M. Meincrt has been agaiiTvisited by t...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 3 November 1870

fftttltg ta THURSDAY, X0VEMBEK3, 1S70- THE RAIN. The IIcaiil Kan Storm Ever Known Here. Dama-rc to Bridges, l.ailroads, A:c. l.y far the heaviest rain Fti.nn ever expe rienced here since tlic j-ettlemciit of Kant., visited this locality on Saturday and Situr day night. The rain fell in torrent", except .-it.sliort iiitcrvaU, for nearly twenty-four hours, and to the depth of four and a half inches. Creeks were raied to a flood, and an amount of damage done that cannot now c otimnted. IX THE CITY. Throe Mile Creek filled its banks, and the wot end of the old wooden bridge at Shaw- ncv ct reel vra carried away, leaving a chasm niemt twenty-five feet wide. A colored man named Green Olden, who lives on the hill wot of the creek, was passing over the rtnte 1'ire when it gave way, and was carried with it doan the raging Hood. I lis cries attracted the attention of ioplc in the vicinity, who roM'Uil him with considerable difficulty. Mr. Fred. Hunt crossed tlie bridge, in his bujnry, only a ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 November 1870

J THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. ". - .... ti ti" 'i"'!) i x VOL,. XV. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. NO. 45. I H K I! -V i WitMn ffitmt THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. I'RESEM AX1 FCTCBE. Tlic jtolitical canvass which closed ycstcr 1j v resulted lit placing Kansas on the side and in the comjany of the honest Rcpubli can States. She lias always been Republi can by very large majorities, and her people have been as intelligent and as honorable as the citizen of any other State. But her po litical destinies have liccn, to a very great extent, in the control of unscrupulous dema gogues men who were cunning and false, tricky and despicable, The intense political excitement which existed here, the attach ment of our itcople to the principle of free dom, the fact that we have had, in truth, two mil wars waged on our soil these things combined to draw the attention of the icop!c to the single issue of slavery or frcc ilom; to building up parties on that issue alone; ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 November 1870

w 1 t u hi? tBBffWft' iiwis THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. w 4 ' THE LEAVENWORTH TIMES. DAILY AND WEEKLY. THE OLDEST PAPER IN KANSAS. Official Paper of the City aad County. daily: One copy one, year JI0 0O . 5 00 . 3 C)0 . 1 W cme copy nx rnonins- Out copy three months. Ana vinir Ani month .... When delivered ly the Camor iu the Ot j , twenty- Bve cent per wees. WEkKLV:; I coo; rral i -i00 I jberaldeductions to luU. WA11 lettvre should m addressed to THE TIMES, IiTenwnrth, Kansas. OFFICE JJos. 13 A 15 SiiawmiK struct STATE REPUILICAN TICKET. FOR BErFKSESTATIVE IX COSHKhSS: D. P. LOWE, of Bourbon. FOR v-OVl.RSOR: JAMES M. HARVEY, of Riley. FOB I.IDLTkNANT GOVKE.SOR: P. P. ELDER, of Franklin. roit ji'FTici; scrnniE cockt: D. J. BREWER, of Leavenworth. ton seckctabt or static: W. H. 8KALLW00D, of Doniphan. FOR auditor: A. THOMAN. of Douglas. KOR trkascrfr: JOSIAH E. HAYES, of Johnson. IOR ATTORM.V I.EM.RAL: A. L. WILLIAMS, of Shawnee. FOR llrhltlNTI.NDIUkT OF TUCLIC IVSTKHTIOV: H. D. XcC...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 November 1870

IV w ff! WtMn 'mt SUPPJLEMENT. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. THE IXECTIOXS THIS WEEK. One State, Louisiana, will vote on Mon day. Nineteen other States will vote on Tuesday, namely, Alabama, Arkansas, Del aware, Florida, Illinois, Kansas, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Michigan, Maryland, Minne sota, Missouri, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, Rhode Inland, Tennessee, Virginia and "Wisconsin. The election returns from these States will fill our colnins for many days, to the exclusion of the European guesses about war, peace, armi-ice an.. , other foreign qucs! ion. wiiicii are m as in- ; terestmg in .-sovemwr as nicy were in .uiy. A oner glance, jiuhvoics in uicsc state will be tHefiil for-reterence at this time. Alabama elect a full Slate ticket and six Congressmen. At the last vote Cn.,1 re-( ceived 7C,3GC, ami Seymour 72,05.; vote; ( our majority. 4,280. Vt m. II. Smith is the - .r ,-. -- ,. , . Tv Keputnicnn and Bobt. B. Lind-av the iX-m- ocratic canuiuaic lor joveruui. xiic nc . .irj r.. ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 November 1870

B I M V U ft R N L tSSetlls Shinties THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. The bridge idom the Big Stranger, on the Okaloosa road, is now in good repair. The number of registered voters in St. Joseph is 2,644. How does it Iiaprjen that the "great cities" are all behind Leaven worth in the number of registered voters ? The Chicago Pott, in referring to the breaking up of the fight between AJIcn and Gallagher, wherein one was arrested and the tlicr ran away, nays: "Two men were grinding at a mill. One waa Liken and the other left." TuEgcniality of the climate of Kansas may I e Inferred from the fact, that we have on our table a bunch of strawberries in full bloom, gathered from within the city limits. Abed of Wilson's seedling rtrawberrie in the garden of one of our citizens, is white with bloom. Mr. C. Reasoxeb was in the city yester day. He has chosen a location for himself and friends on the South Fork of the Sol omon River, in Olome County, and is here making arrangements to go there. The ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 November 1870

Ik M if m ij 3 r it IV Km M ft 1 tSBttUt is THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870: TIIL. The Sweaty feMoenitlc Skirmishers. Stocked Cr-U ! Hnij-IUle4 Draleni. JeaateDH KnmlutH oh the Flrat Ballot. A large number of people xvcaibletl at the Court House Thursday, to witness the lerfotraancrt of the "Laboring Men," in the nomination or a County ticket. The meeting was an adjourned one from last week, at which time it wag deemed inex iieilient to select candidatex. The Convention, consisting of delegates from the four Ward of the city and Fair mount and Delaware Township, assembled at 2 o'clock p. m. J. A. Blackiuan wan elected Chairman, and JJ. F. Sylvia Secre tary, after which the Committee on Creden tials reported as follow: First Ward B. F. Sylris, C. Egglwton, L. S. Clark. Second Ward P. McGraw, S. C. Thomp son, M. E. Jovce. Third Ward Ceo. Kinsley, W. L. Mil ler, Geo. Pollock. Fourth Ward J. J. Murphy, A. Arm strong, T. X. FranciH. Fairnu.iint J. A. Blackman, T. C. De well, D.A.Clayton. Del...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 10 November 1870

lltc. "i W " m I I a 'i . X tcMtlg inus THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1870. The Election. Probalilc refill at half a two this morn ing. Senator, KcIIopK, Haas ami Van Diircn, l'v small majorities. Isgidaturc Darling, Collcy, Jx-gatc and Kenlon. In the township, Johnson, How ell, Crook, Afiliby and Williams, Sheriff, dure between Echclherry and Jeonard. Slate Republican Ticket has carricil the County by a large majority. rivi: o'clock a. ai. loiter returns confirm the ab-ivc, and indi cate the election of the whole Democratic ciiiinty ticket by 8mnll majorities. The Sec ond Ward is not yet all counted, and the Democratic ticket u ahead there to far. I'lraf Ward. .TATE. Harvey, -10S; Sharp, 201; Elder, 10G; Allen, J(:j; Urewer, -10.r); ltuggles, 'SjO; Smalluood, AWt; Duncan, 2til; Tlioman, IO'j; Me.Mahon, 201; Haves, 407; Gephart, 2W; Williams 405; Kucker,2C2; McCartv, 120; Murray, 252. COl'NTY. lvchelberrr, 200; Leonard, 314; Gri.swold, 200; Kitziiiliiani, 302; Haug, .'500; Currier, 271; St...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 17 November 1870

THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. s! VOIi. XV. LEAVENWORTH, KANSAS, THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1870. NO. 46. Ui is 3 V ' i WttM $tas THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1870. "Cat aiXUTER TO FKAXCE." A correspondent of-the Nation, writing from Berlin under date of October 7th, heads his letter as above. It is published in that paper issued the 10th of November. The letter is written in a bitter spirit. It is charged with all the rancour and ill blood which characterize the criticisms of our red hot partisans in this country. The subject of the author's censure and criticism is, Mr. Washburnc, Minister to France from this country. The tendency of the writer to ex aggeration and misstatement is sharply pro nounced in the very first paragraph of his letter. He wrote it over a month ago. Then, at least, it was the hope and earnest aspiration of every intelligent and genuine believer in human rights and a system of self-government who dwells in this country, that France would emerge from her bitter hu...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 17 November 1870

-3Parj-- yy x. "gascr HWiiBJMT CiraJW fc k ualcthln 0imts THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1S70.; THE LEATEXWOUTII TIMES. DAILY AND WEEKLY. THE OLDEST PAPEE IK KANSAS. Official Paper of the City and County. One copy one year- SIO00 . 5 00 . 300 One cojiy six months- One cojiy three month. One copy one month.-. 1 00 When deliTcrd !y the Carrier in the City, twenty. nc ccuut jier weeit. wkeklt:, tine cony one year.......... Lilieral deductions to chilis. $2 00 "AI1 letters should lie addresxsl to THE TIMES, I:-a von worth, Kansas. OFFICE Xos. IS A 15 Siiawskk stbeet THE ELECTION la OUR COITXTV. Jnt what influences were set at work to liring disconifirture to our jiarty, in this county, in the election just passed, it would le imiiOHsiblc for us accurately to determine. Wc only know that somehow, somewhere, throtiglt some methcJK not made satLifscto rily apparent, tlie major part of our ticket is defeated in this county, where we liave, with the colored vote thrown solidly for it. where it of co...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 17 November 1870

m rl JNfcdQft 0im8 stop-. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1S70. iiifX !. , ! Co. Messrs- MA1OTSTALE, TuCKEtt & - karc cstablwBcd a bank in Eureka," "Butler (. 'Cutu-ty. They are gentlemen, of extensive cicXpcricnco, ami will "do a thriving business. !'" ChariA. Wjugiit, of Barrett's Mill., Marshall County, is a candidate,- for Docket Clerk of the Senate. Mr. Wrighis a Xo. '1 cle. and riclily 'deserves the' position. , The next, term of the (Jriunjial Court ji 7 commence on the first Monday in Xpccia- ber.' If there are not too many; contested " elections, and no votes' to'heTreconntcd, Uie docket will be small. ' '" -'I TrfE new lVestiyterian Church on Dela ware htrcet is being rapidly brought to cotn- '"'pletion by a large number of workmen. It Trifladd' greatly to the" appearance of ' that part of the city. ",' - Orders for Leavenworth-" coal arc so nn "'' tncrous that l( requires all the delivery facil ities to supply the demand. Our jieoplc are (.Mowing a commendable inclination to l...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 17 November 1870

. i '? I ti ' 1 t S r " u i j m IV I i I J5 r.ii Wttkte 9Hinus supp: THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1870. MEXATOK PeXEBOV BtESIEM THE AITTHeKNUir eF.TUE LETTER IX THE LEBtiEK. Senator Pomeroy writes a letter to his friend Joseph Savage, of Lawrence, explain ing the facts about the communication which recently appeared in the If. Y. Jydger, with the authority of authorship determined by the signing of his name. AVe published the letter in yesterday's paper. It is a substantial denial of the authorship of the ledger article, and of the mis-statements it contains; which latter liavc been promptly and pretty thoroughly aired by two corresiiondents of the Times both men who were there and know what they were talking about. Now as we arc'quite wellacquaintcd with the methods . of newspaper men who know their basincss as well as Robt. Bonner does his, there are some doubts pressing themselves front for consideration about the absolute accuracy of the denial- of aalhorship of the ledger article pub...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 17 November 1870

WllJt.aIL L4JJJ I fci ffltMiMm ftay: THURSDAY, NOVEMBEBJ7, 1870. ' - s Lawkexce polled 1,700 votes on Tues day, and Kansas City 1,331. Potatoes were sold bj; the, wagon load yesterday at40 cenUa bwtel., The average of voters to population in the West is one to sevcnr. The following figures Kirc the population of -"Kansas City. Num ber of voters 1,331. Seven limes .1,331 is :,317 the exact number of inhabitant in that town. RYAN& Wjiittakeu's slangbter house is doing a very heavy business, and Texas cattle are' ucd up with astonisliing rapid ity. Jrf(craB. We learn that W. C. Itutts, Democrat, is elected from the Twentieth District, over E. D. llillycr, by two majority. On the State ticket, the county has goncabont 400; county ticket about 200. In the Twentieth District, J. L. Speer, Republican, is elected, and in the Nineteenth District, J. T. Willetts, Re publican. Dr. G. W. Hogelioom, Republr can, is elected Senator. Cait. A. R. Banks, of Lawrence, is a candidate for Chief Cle...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 17 November 1870

. WttHv Wmn THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1870. THE tElVEXWORTII THE LEA1TXWOBTII TIMES. THE LEAVENWORTH WEEKLY TIMES. On Ike flrat f December The Weekly Times will be Imned hh a forty eelniHH newttpaper. On the first ef December The Weekly Timet will be larae an a forty calama aewapapcr. On the NrHtef December The Weekly Times will be iftae4 a, a forty celama ncwHpaper. On the firm ef December The Weekly Timet will be tatmed at a forty celama newspaper. tin the fintt ef December The Weekly Timet will be itwtncd an a forty celama aewnpaper. The oldest, largest newspaper in Kansas. The oldest, largest newspaper in Kansas. The oldest, largest newspaper in Kansas. and cheapest and cheapest and cheapest THE LEADING PAPER IN KANSAS. THE LEADING PAPER IN KANSAS. THE LEADING PAPER IN KANSAS. The oflici.il orgon of Leavenworth County ami Leavenworth Citv. The official organ of Leavenworth County and Leavenworth Citv. The ollici.il orpin of Leavenworth County and Leavenworth Citv. The unparalleled ...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 24 November 1870

.1 vurjKnirx:' jxnwvgytrtr" vv'iataiapistx'C3rr rz. -s jms svatnoMvruuoHkULota,. fe.a -ocrir:i. THE ' LEAVENTOSBTH WEEKLY TIMES, XEAVENWOBTH, KASTSAS, THUR8BAY MORNDTO, NOVEMBER 24, 1870. NO. 47. VOL. XV. l&ttfcts 8Hlns THURSDAY, irOVEMBEE 24, J370. ""KES PXTXCTIOX JPKOT"ECT?" We have been reading deeper into Mr. Grosvcnor's bock. "We are now well satisfied that Mr. G. can be examined by a strict at tention to his preface, and his opening chap ter. His after arguments a3 well aj his sta tistics arc at deadly feaad v.-ith his premises. He says: "The protective system seeks jL-i lochcef: competition. The revenue system tetkafirHtoji'ltheticasunf," This may be regarded :ls lib major prcnii-ie. For the fake of the arguineut, and fur mure serious reasons. Me accept this statement Then we will define the meaning of those statements, and wcshall encounter no objection of Mr. Grosvcnor, in doing bo. The protective sys letu seeks to check the competition of the pauper labor of Europe wit...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Leavenworth weekly times. — 24 November 1870

Wtnh pmrs THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1S70. THE LEATEXWORTII TIMES. DAILY AMD WEEKLY. TUE OLDEST PAPER IS KANSAS. Official Paper of the City sad County. One copr one Tear- i0O0 . 5M 300 One copy til months- One cour three months- unc copr one montn J 00 When delivered by the Carrier in the City, twenty- fi ro cent per week. kcickli: One copy one rear.. -1 Jboral deductioni to clubs. $2 00 CWAW letters should be addrened to TEE TUBES, LeaTenvorth, Kansas. OFFICE Nos. 13 A IS Siiawxee sntERT COL. PETER 3fcFARLAXI. In a distant city the writer of these lines first heard of the death of Col. Peter McFar land; of the resolutions adopted by various lxxlies commemorating his virtues, and of the vast throng of citizens who followed his remains to their last resting place. On re turning here, a political canvass of unusual njcritr was found to be in progress, and that did not seem to be the time to attempt to do justice to the character of this prominent cit izen and eminently worthy man. That pe...

Publication Title: Leavenworth Weekly Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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